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Don Miller will be broadcasting from the collection site today with information on what is needed for the flood relief. The guys diverge and talk about some of the interesting food you can find to buy around Austin.
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Urban Cowboy is getting a TV show remake. Plus more on the nomination of Judge Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. In this period radio drama, serials and soap operas provided a fertile training ground and a steady source of employment for many actors, and this was particularly important because at this time the Australian theatre scene was in its infancy and opportunities were very limited.
Plus more on a Senate Intelligence hearing on cyber security and trade with China. Jimmy also makes fun of the SXSW lanyards…and so do the guys on the show. We return to the tunnels of the world of Our Fair City, with the remastered full-entirety-episode of Season 1, polished up by the team of Hartlife NFP who now are in their spectacular 6th season of Over-The-Top post-apocalpy There were probably earlier examples of stream-of-consciousness drama on the radio.
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An early British drama broadcast was of Shakespeare 's A Midsummer Night's Dream on 2LO on 25 July  Serious study of American radio drama of the s and early s is, at best, very limited. Dick mentions that today is the vernal equinox, total eclipse of the sun and a super moon.
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We have high-school senior Kord Davis in the station with us this morning. Episode - Investigating the Ghosts of Flannan Lighthouse A chilling mystery unfolds in off the Scottish coast as Joseph Moore arrives at the Flannan Island Lighthouse to find it cold and abandoned Then think about how the situation in your play develops and changes through the middle of the play and then how it is resolved.
Why does your play matter. Plus President Trump details a new trade deal with Mexico. Bob and Eric talk about their weekend recap. Plus more on the race for Speaker of the House.
Bob thinks that the end of concerts are awkward and someone should fix it. KYW broadcast a season of complete operas from Chicago starting in November History[ edit ] The Roman playwright " Seneca has been claimed as a forerunner of radio drama because his plays were performed by readers as sound plays, not by actors as stage plays; but in this respect Seneca had no significant successors until 20th-century technology made possible the widespread dissemination of sound plays.
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